An old mentor (now deceased) told me that images should engage the mind in order to make advertising memorable. I want my readers to remember Tucson, even if you've never been here.
For a millenium at least, indigenous people as well as johnny-come-latelys have watched the full moon rise over these granite boulders in what is now Saguaro National Park West.
To give the photo a sense of mystery, and to capture your imagination, I used Photoshop's Artistic Filters to manipulate the image. It's easy, and it's fun.
Look at that rising moon. Can't you hear the coyotes yipping and howling behind you? It seems as if there's not another person on the planet, and the stars that paint the Milky Way are so close you can touch them.
Fall and winter are two of Tucson's most inviting seasons. Plan to come visit and get away from the cold and the dreariness of more northern climes.
Call me; I'd love to be your tour guide to the most interesting place on earth.